Former Louisville big man Steven Enoch has inked his first contract as a professional basketball player.
Enoch has signed a one year deal with with Monbus Obradoiro of the Spanish Liga ACB, the top professional league in Spain.
Great news! @StevenEnoch will be taking his talents to @OBRADOIROCAB to play in the @ACBCOM in Spain. He will be there until the NBA draft or when it’s time to suit up for an NBA team. Let’s Get it!!!#StevenEnoch #RZAAthlete pic.twitter.com/8zgPXQpDD0
— RZA Sports (@RZASports) July 25, 2020
According to NBA Draft analyst Matt Babcock, Enoch’s deal includes an NBA out clause, meaning he’s still an option for NBA teams in the October draft.
As of right now, Enoch isn’t featured in many mock drafts, but that could change if the league is able to put on a formal combine and bring in players for workouts.
Enoch averaged 9.5 points and 5.6 rebounds in 20.4 minutes per game in his final season with the Cards.<